Young companies and small organizations in particular often have changing needs for office space or workshop rooms, for example. Rigid “nine-to-five” working hours also seem to get replaced by more flexible ways of working. Home offices and the demand for work-life balance are changing everyday working life even more. The office, in which a complete workplace is provided for each employee, is simply too expensive and not well enough utilized (especially in times of rising real estate prices).
Therefore a coworking space like the Thinkfarm in the city center of Eberswalde could be interesting for companies that have a changing need for rooms that can be used in a highly flexible way. The Thinkfarm is not only a pleasant place to work, but also creates the opportunity for personal networking through other companies and freelancers. Future topics such as sustainability, transformation, resilience, climate protection or renewable energies are not just PR buzzwords, but lived entrepreneurial practice.
In the Thinkfarm: Some corporate clients have their own fixed offices, others use the workstations in the flex area. The large conference rooms are often used for meetings or weekly team meetings.